Teachers work uber hard and deserve every bit of praise and every little gift they get (not that I’m biased or anything!) No one expects praise and gifts for doing their thang, but everyone loves to get it all the same. I love high fiving people for doing a good job, whether it’s with the spoken word, a letter to their boss or a gift to show I’m grateful! At Christmas we always remember our doctors, the caretaker, the postie and my barista to name but a few! And while, we’re on the subject of giving thanks, thank you for making this Monday so warm and fuzzy!
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This week (and next), as many teachers wearily pack up rooms for another year, a little token of thanks goes a long way. And to spread a bit of fuzz around (sounds a bit off when it’s put like that, doesn’t it?), think about someone that maybe you don’t acknowledge often, and thank them. Watch their face light up, and see how your little words can have such a big impact. Try to thank people you can see trying their best, doing their job (in whatever form their job may be. We’re all bloody working!). And so, thank YOU for reading this, it really means a lot to have people even bother to take 30 seconds to read my waffle, and I love a good comment and a chat. So thank you so very much for your time. x